One Way Sling with Eye and Eye

Item No.: 3051
One way sling with one eye or one way sling with two eyes
Single use slings offer users a low-cost means of completing a variety of lifting tasks across numerous situations.
Special capacity, length, width, colour, printing can be made to your needs.
Description One Way Use Sling with Soft Eye
Description

A single-use sling with eye and eye refers to a disposable lifting sling that has a loop (eye) at each end. These slings are designed for one-time use and are typically used in various lifting and rigging applications where a temporary lifting solution is needed. The eye and eye configuration means that the sling has a closed loop at both ends, making it easy to attach to lifting hooks, shackles, or other lifting hardware.

The term one way use sling or one trip textile sling is given to a woven textile sling that has been designed for the specific purpose of attaching to, and accompanying, a specific product for its specified journey, from source to final destination. To avoid further use of the sling they shall be taken out of service and disposed of responsibly, to prevent further use. They must not be used as a general-purpose sling or outside of the limitations of use specified by the manufacturer. 
In this respect, they differ from lifting slings that comply with EN 1492-1 and that may be reused for transport and lifting operations.

The one way use sling or single use sling is simply wrapped and secured around the load and connected to a lifting device. And they will stay with the load throughout its operation until the sling is completely removed at the final destination.


One way slings or single use slings are designed for one load only and not intended for repeated use. Common use type is completely endless type, also some have one soft eye at one end and some have two softs eyes at each end. Usually the safety factor is 4:1 or 5:1, higher safety factor 6:1 or 7:1 is available upon request.

One way slings or single use slings are now widely used in manufacturers of tubing/pipe, steel mesh, steel bars  as well as lifting and transporting large structures for the construction industry.

One Way Sling with One Eye

 One Way Sling DIN 60005 Item No. WLL(kg) Width(mm) Effective Length Product Code
WS10-1000 1000 30/35 1m ~ 10m 305130100
WS10-1200 1200 50 1m ~ 10m 305150120
WS10-1500 1500 50 1m ~ 10m 305150150
WS10-1700 1700 50 1m ~ 10m 305150170
WS10-2000 2000 50/60 1m ~ 10m 305150200
WS10-2250 2250 50/60 1m ~ 10m 305150225
WS10-2500 2500 75 1m ~ 10m 305175250
WS10-3000 3000 75/90 1m ~ 10m 305175300


One Way Sling with Eye and Eye

 Eye and Eye One Way Use Sling Item No. WLL(kg) Width(mm) Effective Length Product Code
WS11-1000 1000 30/35 1m ~ 10m 305230100
WS11-1200 1200 50 1m ~ 10m 305250120
WS11-1500 1500 50 1m ~ 10m 305250150
WS11-1700 1700 50 1m ~ 10m 305250170
WS11-2000 2000 50/60 1m ~ 10m 305250200
WS11-2250 2250 50/60 1m ~ 10m 305250225
WS11-2500 2500 75 1m ~ 10m 305275250
WS11-3000 3000 75/90 1m ~ 10m 305275300
One Way Use Sling with Soft Eye

A single-use sling with eye and eye refers to a disposable lifting sling that has a loop (eye) at each end. These slings are designed for one-time use and are typically used in various lifting and rigging applications where a temporary lifting solution is needed. The eye and eye configuration means that the sling has a closed loop at both ends, making it easy to attach to lifting hooks, shackles, or other lifting hardware.

Here are some key points about single-use slings with eye and eye configuration:

  • Material: These slings are typically made from high-strength synthetic materials like polyester. The material used is chosen for its strength, durability, and resistance to abrasion.
  • Working Load Limit (WLL): Like all lifting slings, single-use slings with eye and eye configurations have a specified Working Load Limit (WLL). The WLL indicates the maximum load capacity that the sling is rated to safely lift. It's essential to choose a sling with a WLL that exceeds the weight of the load being lifted.
  • Ease of Attachment: The eye and eye design makes it straightforward to attach the sling to lifting hardware, hooks, or other attachment points. The loops at each end provide a secure connection.
  • Single Use: As the name suggests, these slings are intended for one-time use only. After they have been used for a lifting operation, they should be discarded and not reused. Reusing disposable slings can be dangerous and is not recommended.
  • Inspection: Even though these slings are designed for single use, it's still important to inspect them before each use to check for any visible damage or defects. If any issues are found during inspection, the sling should not be used.

Single-use slings with eye and eye configurations are used in a variety of industries for temporary lifting needs. They are often used in construction, event rigging, and other applications where a quick and cost-effective lifting solution is required. However, it's essential to use them safely and ensure that they are used within their specified Working Load Limit to prevent accidents and ensure the safety of lifting operations.

One Way Trip Sling with Soft Eye


The term one way use sling or one trip textile sling is given to a woven textile sling that has been designed for the specific purpose of attaching to, and accompanying, a specific product for its specified journey, from source to final destination. To avoid further use of the sling they shall be taken out of service and disposed of responsibly, to prevent further use. They must not be used as a general-purpose sling or outside of the limitations of use specified by the manufacturer. 
In this respect, they differ from lifting slings that comply with EN 1492-1 and that may be reused for transport and lifting operations.

The one way use sling or single use sling is simply wrapped and secured around the load and connected to a lifting device. And they will stay with the load throughout its operation until the sling is completely removed at the final destination.


One way slings or single use slings are designed for one load only and not intended for repeated use. Common use type is completely endless type, also some have one soft eye at one end and some have two softs eyes at each end. Usually the safety factor is 4:1 or 5:1, higher safety factor 6:1 or 7:1 is available upon request.

One way slings or single use slings are now widely used in manufacturers of tubing/pipe, steel mesh, steel bars  as well as lifting and transporting large structures for the construction industry.

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